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Buckminster Gliding Club has ambitious plans including a high-tech flight simulator

Work is underway on ambitious plans to expand facilities at Grantham’s local gliding club.

Gravity and Revolution in Grantham town centre

“Indoor sporting events” and longer hours sought at Grantham night clubs

Two Grantham nightclubs have asked South Kesteven District Council if they can stay open for longer and stage “indoor sporting events.”

Dressed to impress: Pupils at St John's were a variety of outfits to mark Mental Health Week earlier this month.

Grantham school raises mental health awareness

Primary school children dressed up in their favourite outfits and took part in a collective marathon to mark Children’s Mental Health Week.

Aidan Rave

Top boss may keep job at South Kesteven

The Chief Executive of South Kesteven District Council has been recommended to be kept on by councillors.

Manager of The Old Bank Kerrieanne Eveleigh with some of her staff.

Grantham pub The Old Bank re-opens after £225,000 refurbishment

The Goose on the corner of Guildhall Street and High Street has been transformed into the Old Bank after a £225,000 refurbishment.

Nick Boles MP

“Pragmateer” Grantham and Stamford MP Nick Boles calls for Brexit “compromise”

Grantham and Stamford MP Nick Boles has called for “compromise” on Brexit.

Update: Dozens of sheep escape to Grantham estate

Update: Dozens of sheep escape to Grantham estate

Dozens of sheep that have escaped from a field have been grazing on grass on a Grantham estate.

Activity assistant Emma Coleman and Paul Connor with residents at the music class.

Singing for memory hits high notes at Grantham care home

Residents at a Grantham care home take a trip down memory lane at their monthly singing for memory music class.

Belton House ranger Chris Shaw (left) with Londonthorpe site manager Ian Froggatt at the stile that currently connects Belton House and Londonthorpe Woods.

Heritage sites to reconnect Grantham woodland

Two of the UK’s biggest conservation charities are joining forces to link two of Grantham’s most popular visitor attractions together.

Visitors to Easton Walled Gardens admire the snowdrops.

Easton Walled Gardens enjoy snowdrop sensation

The pupils spent an hour counting and recording the birds around their school.

Books to binoculars for Grantham school’s birdwatch

Pupils swapped books for books for binoculars to take part in the world’s biggest schools’ wildlife survey.

Members of the Oasby Music Group.

Young Oasby musicians to celebrate group’s fifth anniversary with Grantham concert

The young musicians of the Oasby Music Group are looking forward to celebrating their fifth anniversary.

Agatha Parkin, 13, plays violin at a recital in St Wulfram's Church. Photo: David Feld

Review: Grantham young violinist Agatha Parkin is a name to look out for

On Saturday visitors to St Wulfram’s church were treated to the debut public solo concert of violin music by a very young, but up-and-coming, lady by the name of Agatha Parkin.

Orthopaedic surgeon Alun Yewlett.

Grantham Hospital surgeon wins excellence award after feedback from patients

A surgeon at Grantham Hospital has won a national certificate of excellence after receiving outstanding feedback from his patients.

Bill Skelly, Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police, with Spalding Today reporter Winston Brown.  Photo by Becky Marrow.

THE BIG READ: A model of today’s senior police officer marks his first year in Lincolnshire

Chief Constable Bill Skelly’s 28th year as a police officer has coincided with the end of his first year at the helm of the force in Lincolnshire.

KFC opened in Grantham in 2014.

Finger licking as Grantham KFC re-opens

Grantham’s KFC outlet re-opened yesterday as a nationwide shortage of chicken caused the restaurant to close at the weekend.

Hannah Pacey with her ring

Love is in the air for Grantham couple

A Grantham man made a surprise wedding proposal to his girlfriend at 30,000ft.

The staff at Dupree Creative celebrate their win.

Castle Bytham marketing agency wins award

A marketing agency based in Castle Bytham has won an Employee of the Year Award.

The Red Lion at Bottesford is being marketed for sale for offers of around �395,000

Campaign steps up to save Bottesford pub

Campaigners to save the Red Lion public house in bottesford are calling on nearby residents to show their support to save the historic pub.

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